Nov 16, 2015

Wanted: Grownups - Erick on the Radio

On the day ISIS related terrorists spread out across Paris and killed more than one hundred people, Barack Obama claimed ISIS was contained. After the attacks, liberals actually tried to argue that the attacks in Paris showed how successful Barack Obama had been because ISIS was having to lash out to get attention. Yes, liberals actually argued this. Earlier this year, while President Obama...

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